Lee Collins wrote:tbh this game would be good to play if the server didnt crash so much so i can not many people will stick to this game long enough...
geekiebeekie wrote:"Curse clever
Remember that your enemies are running through their own version of your game, so if you walk into a room and see their ghost gettting beaten up, that might be a good time to banish your enemies into their world, to deliver the killing blow. Often, one curse won't be enough - the game isn't really that tough. Bombard the enemy faction's ghost with summoned and banished creatures. Remember to place the summoning spire out of sight, so it has time to spit out a few enemies before they find and destroy it."
Ah, I love when people are dumb enough to try this. First off, if you see someone "apparently" having a hard time, they could just be building up a huge hit multiplier before the clearing the room (especially if they're a Light/Void combo).
My favorite response to people that like to "curse wisely" banish their weak crap back to them, hit them with every curse I have... twice. If I'm feeling particularly ironic I'll throw in a Shield of the Gods blessing.
Always be careful who you mess with. Just because someone is in the same area, doesn't mean they're a low level.
Also, side point, your soul farming advice sucks. You can make more souls faster by looting and selling as quickly as possible than becoming involved in every fight ever. Just think about it.
geekiebeekie wrote:And your snide observation is amusing. Yes, the game has been out a while but I've only been playing less than two weeks, hardly a year with which to perfect my strategies. So yeah, I do think it's pretty lame that this article is claiming to help people make "the best Caos money can't buy" but the advice is mediocre at best.
But hey, kudos to you for being a douchebag.
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